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viernes, 13 de diciembre de 2013

U.S. budget gap falls for second straight month

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
The U.S. government recorded a budget deficit of $135 billion for November, the Treasury Department reported
That is a drop of 21% from the same month a year ago, and puts the fiscal year-to-date deficit at $227 billion
The government brought in $182 billion in receipts in November, a 13% increase based mostly on individual withheld taxes
Spending was $318 billion in the month, down 5%

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El Genio dijo...

10-year Treasury note bid-to-cover ratio 2.61

Treasury sells 10-year notes at 2.824% high yield

U.S. sells $21 billion of 10-year Treasury notes

El Genio dijo...

U.S. retail sales rise 0.7% in November

U.S. jobless claims rise 68,000 to 368,000

U.S. import prices decline 0.6% in November

El Genio dijo...

Continuing claims rise 40,000 to 2.79 million

Four-week claims average up 6,000 to 328,750

U.S. jobless claims rise 68,000 to 368,000

November export prices rise 0.1%

U.S. import prices fall 0.6% in November

U.S. retail sales up 4.7% in past 12 months

Auto sales rise 1.8% in November

Retail sales minus autos climb 0.4% in Novem

El Genio dijo...

The House will vote on the budget agreement later Thursday, and the Senate is expected to vote next week. It sets spending levels for two years and would reduce the budget deficit by about $85 billion over the next 10 years, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) -- U.S. wholesale prices fell for the third straight month in November, as prices declined for energy, the Labor Department reported Friday. Meanwhile, the core producer-price index, which excludes food and energy, increased a slim 0.1%. The readings were in line with the forecast of economists polled by MarketWatch. In October, the overall PPI fell 0.2%, while the core PPI rose 0.2%. Wholesale energy prices declined 0.4% in November, led down by gasoline prices. Core prices were pushed up by higher prices for light trucks and farm equipment. Over the past 12 months wholesale prices have increased an unadjusted 0.7%, up from 0.3% in October. Core producer prices have gained 1.3% over the past year, compared with 1.4% in the prior month. The report signals that inflation has stabilized at low levels